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the deadly crash at sfo as federal investigators begin their initial inspection of the wreckage. a special abc7 news at 8:00 is next. "this week" with george stephanopoulos will air at 4:00 p.m. here on abc7. >> we are learning heartbreaking new details about the crash of asiana crash flight 214 at sfo. this is a live look from sky hd. you see federal investigators on the tarmac beginning inspections of the wreckage. good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, july 7th. >> i'm kristin. here are the latest developments in the crash of that asiana passenger jet at sfo. investigators with the national transportation safety board are on the scene. you saw them walking on the live picture on the runway. they took a first look at the wreckage this morning and they
the airplane flipped over. 214 crashed at sfo at 11:36 local time. thatg 777's are big planes can travel nonstop and there were 290 people on board. these are the first pictures we have out of san francisco. we're looking for more pictures as soon as possible. elbaradei is the new prime minister in egypt as supporters of mohamed morsi continued to protest. gunmen in northeastern nigeria have attacked a school with 29 children and their teacher. 60 people reported missing after a train with crude oil derailed and exploded in canada. it came off of the rails in quebec. >> flames jumped hundreds of meters in the air. this exploded in eastern canada, near a town in quebec province. this smoke fills the air and the town is home to about 6000 people. fire officials say 30 town -- 30 buildings have been destroyed, some by the initial explosions and some by the subsequent fire. 60 people have been reported missing. the accident happened at 1:00 on saturday morning, when the train came off of the tracks. four of them then exploded. more tankers are at risk of blowing up. fire services in the unit
. when you see that wreckage on the runway or off the runway here at sfo. back to you guys in new york. >> adam, when you look at those pictures of the crash, a lot of people wondering how, in fact, did those people manage to get out of this aircraft. for miles people could see this fireball sitting on the runway. we were able to talk to different passengers there. how do they describe getting out of this aircraft? >> you know, it's interesting you mention that, clayton. one of the pilots i spoke to, watching all this coverage. i know them really well. talking about a couple of things. jet fuel isn't as flammable as gasoline. that allows you more time, buys you more time than years ago. while it takes a long time to get on and off of the plane. when we're in the back, seems like it takes forever. when you have a situation like this and all the doors open, you can get people off the plane, if there are not a lot of injuries on board, can you get them off in a minute or two. you can get to exit. it's that important to pay attention to where it is, because it's that much faster for you to
landed at sfo. how many hours -- how many hours -- just at sfo. it wasn't that they had never landed -- obviously they had landed a plane like this before. >> reporter: right. >> how long in their career was this pilot? >> reporter: andrew, 44 hours on the 777 is the report out of south korea. at the controls of a 777. he was in what's known as transition training in south korea. and at some point, i believe -- i have to double-check the number of hours. i believe it's at least 100 hours. then you are considered certified within their system to then take control of a 777 and to be fully certified. but this was the first flight for a 777 that that pilot ever attempted a landing here at sfo. >> i think he had 10,000 hours or something on other types of planes. it was just 44 hours on this type? >> reporter: correct. right. relatively new with the training here. >> and the other issue being that the scope -- some form of scope had been turned off for this particular runway over the weekend? >> yeah. they've been doing maintenance. >> reporter: they've been doing maintenance, andrew. the
emergency landing, absolutely. an airport like sfo is amongst the finest in the world, if not the finest in the world in dealing with these long runways jutting out into the bay and into the ocean, extremely experienced. what we're waiting for details are of course is the nature of was it a declared emergency, did it happen all of a sudden. i beg your pardon. >> i think i don't know that was another voice getting in on this, on your line. you can go ahead and continue, richard. >> reporter: i apologize, and yes, i mean looking at the pictures obviously a crash at speed upon landing leading to a serious fuel-fed fire of some description, but also looking at those pictures you can see the evacuation slides have been deployed and therefore we can expect obviously survivors from this incident. >> okay, very good. richard don't go far. you're going to work some of your sources. also on the line with us is congressional correspondent dana bash who happened to be in san francisco, in fact at that airport. dana, i understand you were at that airport, were you flying out, coming in? what did you
that debris field at sfo left by saturday's deadly accident. investigators will also be checking the cabin of that asiana flight 214 and interviewing the cabin crew, as well. >>> san jose police have a possible suspect for their 26th murder of the year about midnight at the julian street inn. that's a homeless shelter. a man stabbed to death during an argument. >>> and we could find out today whether the party planned for the bay bridge opening will be canceled altogether because of the delay of the opening of the new span. the bay area toll authority may consider alternative plans today. right now it's scheduled to open in december. >>> traffic and weather for your wednesday coming up right after the break. ,,,,,, >>> good morning. we are watching a new accident in livermore. it's in the commute direction. westbound 580 right there by vasco road, it is blocking the right lane and this is what it's doing to the morning commute. we are seeing delays behind it up to 32 minutes now as that drive time between the altamont pass and 680. quick check of the bay bridge, it's been a busy morning s
on runway 28 at sfo international. it apparently crashed sometime shortly after touching down. again, that boeing 777, operated by asiana airlines crashed landing at san francisco international airport. there's black smoke, we are told, that is being seen in pictures. we have, of course, are efforting a live picture and video from the scene. right now, all we can tell you is that it landed on runway 28 in san francisco international airport. there are emergency crews on the scene as well, we are told. in addition to the emergency crews on the scene, black smoke there. the aircraft over san francisco, other aircraft, other aircraft flying into san francisco right now, we are told that aircraft is in a holding pattern. we are told that those plains are not being allowed to land. no planes are allowed to take off right now at san francisco international. again, that boeing went down a short time ago. again, sometime after touching down. we are working to gather more information here. at this point, no word on precisely how many people are on board. no word on injuries as well. we do kno
. >> my brother is pilot and flies in to san francisco. sfo. once a week. it is not a difficult landing to make. however, this guy was not equipped to be flying that plane. why didn't anyone else around him that had more experience say something? >> we have to go. sports casters getting raked over the coals for commenting on the looks of wimbledon winner bartoli. were the comments is exissexist? humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual insurance, to policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what ee comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? when you experience something great,ou want to share it. with everyone. that's why more customers recommend verizon, america's largest 4g lte network. yes. with nature made vitamelts. can vitamins melt into mouth-watering flavor? melt-in-your-mouth vitamin supplements. in flavors like creamy vanilla... ...and juicy orange irresistibly melty nature made vitamelts.
on the screen is reruns of cujo. >> my brother is pilot and flies in to san francisco. sfo. once a week. it is not a difficult landing to make. however, this guy was not equipped to be flying that plane. why didn't anyone else around him that had more experience say something? >> we have to go. sports casters getting raked over the coals for commenting on the looks of wimbledon winner bartoli. were the comments is exissexist? ♪ >>> i'm here for the tennis. dreams of winning wimbledon since she was 6 years old. on saturday 28-year-old marion bartoli made it happen. >> fourth chance for marion bartoli to become wimbledon champion. >> game. >> it was bartoli's first ever grand slam win. what a lot of people are talking about today are comments by a bbc sportscaster, john inverdale. here is what he said during the final. >> i wonder about her today being the most influential person in her life, i wouldder if her dad said to her when she was 12, 13, listen, you are never going to be a looker. you are never going to be somebody like sharapova. never going to be 5'11". somebody with long leg
to -- i spoke to a pilot yesterday who lands here weekly at sfo on that exact runway and said that plane should have been at least # 50 to 100 feet higher at the point of impact. we do also expect to hear from first responders today. there have been all sorts of reports how many showed up. they had no warning either this was happening. passenger high school no warning. really this was going on only in the cockpit. the first responders came out to respond to a report of a hard landing. they had no idea it was actually a crash landing and the stories of throwing exacto knives to cut out some of the passengers from the seatbelts. we'll hear from more of them today. you may have heard this over the weekend that one of the fire trucks may have run over one of the two victims. that is still being talked about. they may address that today as well. so there are a number of things we should learn today. this investigation continues to go forward and sfo does say they are starting to get back to normal here, even though that runway does remain closed. back to you. >> steve: adam housley live at sa
'm anne >>> crash landing at sfo. >> banging on these. you know something has gone wrong. something is terrible. >> without a warning, terror, panic, and confusion took over. >> again, i felt like we were going back up. >> flight 214 burst into flames killing two teenage girls. >> there was a lot of collapsedded seats. a lot of the plane was on fire. >> this morning as investigators search for answers, hundreds recover and tell their story of how
that the 777 took into sfo on a parallel runway. what's going through your mind as you approach? >> right now i have to make sure my air speed is sufficient. making sure i don't go below my minimum approach speed. which i am currently way above that right now. so right now i look at the glide path, make sure it's a nice visual glide path and make sure i run past the runway and try to land on the marker. i want to reach my air speed now. constantly monitoring the outside visual, and making sure i'm not coming short or long. and 200 feet below where the seabed is. >> anything unusual about landing at this airport? >> you can see right over here, the runways are really close. they are paired probably around between 750 feet. if the other runway was in use, we would make sure to look constantly to our left to see the traffic next to us. also you have to make sure there is traffic holding wait to take off. as soon as we touch down, we have a 777 right here waiting to take off. just like it was on saturday morning. >> when you hit 400 feet, what goes through your mind? >> we're at about 400 feet. now
what caused the crash of asiana flight 214. carter evans is at sfo where firefighters faced a new problem this morning. carter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. good morning to our viewers in the west. smoke could be seen billowing from the feud lajuselage of the plane as crews removed it. firefighters had it under control quickly. the investigation continues. the ntsb so far says it found no mechanical problems with the plane. crews began removing pieces of flight 214 earlier this morning. yesterday investigators looking into the briefing on the accident. they emphasize the plane came in too low and too slow. recordings apparently show the pilots didn't notice until it was too late. >> there's no mention of speed till about 9 seconds before impact when they're at 100 feet. >> reporter: it was a long week for the ntsb. officials at san francisco airport and asiana airlines all went into crisis mode last saturday morning shortly after 11:30. >> there is a woman out here on the street on the runway who is pretty much burned very severely on the head and w
landing at sfo, particularly many can youing across water and over the sea wall. >> when you look at those combination of factors in this particular airport, what strikes you as you see the video? >> what strikes me as i see the video is that seven seconds before impact, they knew they were low and slow. they were going too slow, under the recommended guidelines for the speed of the plane, and they were way too low what's called the glide path. at that time, had they done something, they would have had a chance. when they tried to do evasive maneuvers or give themselves more time at 1.5 seconds, it was too late. there was no time. >> do you know if they had been on autopilot, it would have been easier? >> it would have because autopilot corrects those features, putting in, in layman's terms, your air speed, throttle, altitude. if they needed additional air speed or altitude while on autopilot, it would have corrected it kicked in the power they needed, it would have helped. >> what they called at the last second a fly around, would that have been possible at that point? is >> at that point
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